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THE KNTEKl'iUSK WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 28. 1889-
J.B Smith, Proprietor.
iteredktthe Pntt-offlc t Wellington m
Jeoond CImi maimer, according to Statute.
Vdrertliing B re eeiU per line, each Insertion.
mc and Column Bate made known on appu
JOSErn B. FOEAKEE,
For Lieutenant Governor,
ELBEET L. LAMPSON,
For Judge of Supreme Court,
FRANKLIN J. DICKMAN,
For Treasurer of State,
JOHN 0. BROWN ,
For Attorney General,
DAVID K. WATSON,
For Clerk ol Supreme Court
URBAN H. HESTER,
Eor School Commissioner.
For Board of Public Works,
WILLIAM M. HAHN,
The Republicans of the Twenty-seventh
nd Twenty-ninth Joint Senatorial Dls
Ict ol Ohio, comprised of the counties of
;shlandf Lorain, Medina and Richland,
jll Bout to delegate convention at Wei
"ngton on Thursday, the 5th day of Sep
imber, 1880. at 11 o'clock a. m., for the
arpose of nominating two Senators to the
General Assembly of the Stale of Ohio,
lie basis of representation will be one
elegate for each one hundred votes and
ne lor each portion thereof over fifty cast
. r the electors of President Harrison in
.388 and will be from the respective coun
es of the district as follows:
Vshland 2445 24
.oraln 5285 53
ledlna. 8338 33
Ulchland 4188 43
Alex. McDowell, )
P. II. Btactver, J Ashland Co.
J.H. Pk-mos, 1
A. XL Webukb, Lorain Co.
Wilms H. Albbo, )
F. B. Clabk, f Medina Co.
Reid Carpenter, J
M. U. Davis, ( Richland Co.
J. H. Dickbox, Chairman.
P. H. Stautteh, Sec.
Peestdekt Harruok enjoyed a visit
o his home In Indianapolis last week.
The committee will soon close the in
Teatigstioo of Pension Commission Tatt
ler's transactions Let the whole truth be
R. P. Halltdat, cashier of the First
National bank at ML Gilead, O., was
.band to be $35,000 short In his accounts.
sused by speculations in wheat And oil.
Ie bad been speculating for the past Ave
art and covered up the shortage by
.orglng notes against prominent farmers.
(e bad been connected with the bank for
The Democrats are denouncing the
Uniterm principle and will probably
uakt it one ot the issues tbis fall We
tve found Governor Foraker to be a yery
f uatwortby servant ol the Interests of the
State and we believe In continuing trusted
nployes in our service rather than ex
lance for new and untried one. The
.Governor will get there I
- The Democratic Convention convened
i Davton resterdav lor the purpose of
fleeing in nomination State officers. Vlr-
il P. Kline of Cleveland appears to have
he Inside track of the candidates in north
rn Ohio. What they will do with the
triff, la a mystery. Ex-President Cleve
md lost the election on bit Ire trade
' Jess, and for the party to endorse the
me clank which caused Iti defeat, we
hlnk won.d hardly be wise now.
As" usual the Iowa Republicans in their
State Convention spoke out their mind on
,11 affairs affecting the interests of the
Hate. They reaffirm the principle and
wllcyof But railway regulation and
trie npon Congress th absolute pre-
entlonot rebates and discriminations,
Prohibition wu declared to be the set
. ed polity of tne State, opori which there
' hoald be no backward stp. The word.
of the protection plank wu signlfl
ant; the protection of American Indus
rtes U demanded, "when it does not fos
. trtuts or trade conspiracies," and the
ame protection is demanded for farm
uroducte as tor the products ot other
Jum It Is then declared , "to le the
latyofboth Bute and federal govern
Aentf to punish trade conspiracies, trust
aid combines designed to limit produc
4on, raln prices) and divert trade from
cities and towns of low to commer
.4al centre outside of tbe Bute."
BcRiPr's league.propnetors ol the Press
of Cleveland, paid the expenses of forty
representatives at American Industries to
the exhibition at Paris. This would ap
pear to be Quite a commendable act In
deed, but on the other hand It is expected
that foi money disbursed directly far an
enterprise it will in time be indirectly re
turned. About nine-tenths of the repre
sentatives sent abroad are connected with
some union of labor. The Press is not a
labor paper, but pretends to act Independ
ently in all things. Now, how can the
managers expect to court favors from the
labor unions unlets they change their tac
tics and come out square upon the labor
question, advocating all the moves they
make? The labor unions want ,6 square
deal and will accept of no other.
Thb lower house in the General Assem
bly of the State of Georgia has passed a
bill making the birth r'ty of General Rob
ert E. Lee a holliday, which will probably
be endorsed by the senate and Governor
Gordon and become a law. General Lee
has been dead for nineteen years and to
bury the memory of such men In oblivion
would be nothing more than justice to the
people ot one common country. As we
view the matter he was very dangerous
man In the time of the commencement of
our country's recent trials. He pretended
to be a loyal man until the date ol his res
ignation, April 17, 1801, and then In pre
tense ol drawing his sword in defense of
his native State he deserted his flag and
Joined the rebels. The act of the General
Assembly of Georgia has only a tendency
to rekindle the old Are. The more con
servative representatives shouid be able
to see it at a moment's reflection. If we
are to have one common country, let the
acts and memory of all rebels engaged in
the disgraceful affair be torgotten and the
date for the same to take effect to be April
From oar Regular Cormponrient.
Washington, Aug. 23, 1880.
Secretary Rusk was the last member of
the Cabinet to abandon the Capital city.
He Is with the presidential party, but will
leave it at Indianapolis to go to the G. A.
R. Encampment at Milwaukee. He will
remain away until about the middle of
Commissioner ot Pensions Tanner has
I aa J
made a ruling that will be hailed aa
boon by hundreds ot applicants for
lions. It relates to proof of the origi
disability. The rule which reqojrtd the
evidence of one commissionedofficer or
one orderly sergeant or in. the absence of
both the testimony of two privates has
been so modified that in the absence of
other evidence the-lestimony of one pri
vate and the claimant will be accepted
satisfactory proof, provided that both are
men of good character.
Commissioner Tanner left Washington
to-day for Chautauqua, N. Y, where he
will deliver an address to-mnrrow. Im
mediately afterwards he will start for
Milwaukee to attend the encampment of
the G. A, R. He will work for Gen. Al
ger for commander. '
The Navy department bat agreed upon
the designs of two new cruisers one ot
Ifiw tons and one or o,w tons, it some
plsn can be adopted to keep the vessels off
of rocks and sunken wrecks, we shall in
course of time have a navy.
The machinery in the new gun shop at
the Washington nvy yard is all in place
and it is expected that work will begin In
about two weeks.
The impression has gotten out here
that there may not be an extra session of
Congress alter all. The reason given by
those who think that way, is that the lin
portent elections to take place in Novem
ber would prevent many members from
The Treasury department has issued
circular to the custodians of all buildings
under Its control requiring them to keep
the United States flag hoiited during bus
iness hours except in stormy weather.
It seems a little curious that such a circa
lar should have been necessary,
Assistant Secretary Bossy of the Inter
lor department baa decided that a dUhon
orable discharge from the army is not
bar to a man's obtaining a pension, pro
vided that the disability was Incurred
while In the discharge of duty previous to
the time the crime was committed for
which the soldier was dishonorably dl
Senator Pugh, the only Democratic
Senator that accompanied the Senate com
mittee to the Pacific coast, says he does
not believe the Democrats can carry eith
er one of the new States. That's the way
moat people who are posted on the sltua
Uon out there seem to think.
Everr thlna bids fair for an excellent
exhibition. The entries are large in all
departments and there appears to be that
life and animation shown among exhibit
ors and others interested which has scarce
ly been equalled. On account of the large
stake money offered, the tuif men are
taking an unusual interest The W, R
which is never behind time, have perfect
ed lull arrangements for their part of the
exhibition. The town Is foil of visitors
and the hotels and boarding houses are
equal to the emergency in furnishing
quarters lor the strangers. The officers
and directors have spared rj paint nor
money to make the exhibition an attract
ive and pleasant one. We predict that
the thirty-fourth annual fair will be one
that is enoyed by all, so that in time the
W.illnirton agricultural soolely shall
hid tha list and be the fair of Leraln
Xotes from Other Towns.
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Fights, lawsuits and weddings are quite
numerous of late. Can It be that dog
days have anything to do with this fever;
ish state ol mind .The railroads are
firm in making the rates to the G. A. R.
Encampment at Milwaukee, one fare for
the round trip. ..... Washington dispatch
es state that free delivery was ordered lor
Oberlln on Tuesday, to begin October 1st
All right. The carrior will find the News
at the old stand, No. 27 South Main Street
with new figures nailed to the door post,
Our neighbor of the Independent
Press has really commenced to try to work
up a boom for Wakenian. He had an ar
ticle lust week, six inches In length .setting
forth Its good points and boasting of the
activity in building Win. M. Mitch
ell has painted the steeple of the Second
church during the past week. A rope
was carried up on the inside
and dropped through an opening
under the cap piece, and with this the
painter was drawn up in a rack
prepared for the purpose. A long handl
ed brush was used to touch up the orna
ment on top. As the work proceeded the
rack was lowered and when completed to
the roof, the other aide was completed" in
the same manner as the first. Jus
tice Myers held court ail day Monday and
Tuesday, closing a little alter 13 o'clock
Tuesday night, for the hearing of the case
of E. F. Rosecrans vs John Arm ac her. it
appears that the defendant occupies a
farm oflOO acres belonging to the plain
tiff, which the pluintlff claims is not be
ing farmed in a good and husbandlike
manner. In defense Annachcr claims
that Rosecrans was to furnish tools in
good repair and that this . had not been
done. A jury of five, consisting uf-Altred
Harris, D. A. Brown, Fzra Burge, Alonso
Gaslon and B, F. Worcester, listened to
the examination of twenty witnesses by
Attorneys Webster and Badortiia in. be
half of the plaintiff and D. J. Nye for the
defendant, during th two days' session
and on Tuesday evening listened to the
arguments of thiese attorneys, and after
an hour's deliberation returned a verdict
for the doleriUant, the supposition being
that the U6lg furnished were not consid
ered aajbeing according to contract. .
udge G. W. Lewis hsd the misfortune
uesday morning to break his remaining
(right) arm. ' He was hsullDg wood to bis
residence, and accidentally fell off the
load, striking on the ground in such a. way
as to break his arm at tbs wrist This
completely disables him lor the present
Drs. Hard and Jones were on hand soon
and dressed the arm and the Judge at this
writing is doing as well as could be ex
pec ted A Kansas man planted twen
ty acres of watermelons, converted ' the
crop Into one thousand barrels of vinegar,
and sold the vinegar for $10 V barrel.
Having made more money for hlfhself
and less for the doctors than II he had sold
the fruit from the vine, he should be
crowned as a philanthropist. . . ; . . Melville
A. Dav, the 16 year old son of Mr. C, C.
Day, editor of the Seville Times, died sud
denly of heart disease at Flushing, 0,tbe
7th Inst, where be had been sent hoping
that change of surroundings wouli be ben
eficial to hit health. H is father was alone
with him when he died. We extend to
Mr. Day our sincere sympathies in this
affliction The Lorain county farmers
hold their harvest excursion and picnic at
the lake this week Friday. Medina coun
ty farmers are invited to Join them and
enjoy a pleasant social time..... .The
tact that liquor has been sold at Chippewa
Lake this season has been too evident to
permit of a doubt, and although certain
parties were suspected of selling the stuff,
no evidence could readily be found , to
warrant tbelr arrest Close watch has
been kept on several places, and finally
the law and order citizens were rewarded
by securing sufficient evidence of the most
undoubted kind to call on the officers ol
the law to Interfere. - Accordingly - on
Tuesday Sheriff Nicbolls and ex -Sheriff
Dealing armed with warrants arrested the
following parties: Richard Brooks, keep
er of a refreshment stand and restaurant
and E. C Holden and Eugene Edwards,
his clerks; John Nye, keeper of a similar
establishment; Frank Shelly, landlord at
the lower grounds, and H. F. Loessi, his
clerk. ' They were brought to Medina
when they waived examination and were
bound over to court, the principals in the
sum of $509 each, and the clerks for $100.
Much credit Is to be given to Prosecuting
Attorney Seymore lor ferreting out the
evidence oa which to make the arrests,
and to the sheriff and assistant lor prempt
action. Medina Gazette.
Our Southern exchange advocates ' a
general exodus ol the colored rsce to
points north of Mason and Dixon -line.
One writer says: "Then we can elect oar
Representatives and officials with . the
white men's votes,snd the North, can have
an opportunity to vote for all the colored
men to fill positions they choose..; '
, Cadet Whlttaker, whose color brwigth
him into public notice when he was at
West Point, has become the principal of
a colored school at Sumter, South Caro
lina. .. ' ;
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
. When skebaaaaas Km, she eumg to Oastarla, ;
ThUpowaernetor variea. A m arret of parity,
trength ana wholetomeneM . Mora economical
than the ordinary kind, and cannot be (old In
competition with tha multitude of low teat, abort
welght-alam orphoaphata powders. Bold only in
cam. Kojal Baiting Powder Co., 10S Wall at.
THE BEE LINE AND
JOINT THBOTJGH SERVICE TO
by fast traiuB and palace steamers,
leaving Wellington at 8:32 p. m.
every day in the week, arriving in
Detroit 5 a. m., giving lull night b
rent on steamers.
Summer Tours, Low Bates to Soo,
Mackinac and Fekmkey and
7 rf, Business
Stands at the bead. Oberlln College Wrttlnr
Dep't, Oberlln ttchool of Stenography ana
Type-writing-, and Oberlln Buaineaa College,
all connected. Kxpenaea low, in struct km thor
ough and conraea complete. Clrcnlara free.
Addreai MchUlK & H fcjf ueaSON, O ber lin, O.
Lady's saddle for sile, cheap, at Dr.
A live alliffator from Florida will be on
exhibition in the window of Fitch's New
York clothing house during; the week.
Free Hand ICrayon Portrait woik a
3 IBS. Al. I nLallMIAIX,
Residence on N. Main St
Remember -that Laundon, Wlndecker
A Co. have a full stock ot all kindaof
barb wire fencing.
Try Pratt's Horse Liniment Sure cuie
for all blemishes. Bold by druggists.
Itch. Manse. and Scratches on bnman
or animals cured in 80 minutes by Wool-
ford's banitarv Lotion. This never tail
Sold by E. W. Adams, Drnggist, Welling.
Pratt's Rheumatic Liniment beats them
all. Sold by druggists.
J. M. Crabtree will pay the highest
market Drlccs tor live and dressed hoira
veal calyes.dry and green blues and pells
To prevent cholera Infantum use ltlne-
hart's Syrup Blackberry; no opium. 25c.
Dressmaking and Fitting. 1 am prv-
nared to do Cutting, Fitting and Dreav
making by the late Taylor System. Fit
ting a Specialty, at my borne on Kelle;
bl, west oi u v. u. a i. depot.
. 80-30 , Mas. BuauaoAif k.
Tf nnM V ... Mn..H1l. ... ..
' x 1 juu uiTf udui ijkio. vnu, uiiw.
etc- nse Pratt's Family Liniment Sola
Florence Starr will open astudlo at Mrs.
D.Williams' house on Courtlaod Ave. In
structions will be given In orawlng, both
pencil and crayon, and in painting, com
menclne Thursday, August 15th. Any de
siring insrnctioos are requested to call
J. B. Vermilya and J. W. Bunce have
the exclusive sale of fresh-roasted Peanuts
and Clears on the fair ground. Dont
forget that they are goingto have the best
Iratui-roasiea peanut ever nrougnt te nei
Jlngton. . ,
Seven bars of soap for 25 eta. equal to
Bell's Buffalo, tteirs soap, 4 eta a cake.
N. P. RoBinsoR,
E. P. Robinson,
' DEALER IN 0 .
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ALL KINDS FRUITS,
CIGARS & TOBACCO
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Will begin this
In order to
on a great many goods.
It will pay to come and
see what can be bought
IrOur reduction will not
be confined to one de
partment. LAUNDON, VINDEGKER & GO
S Tt Ifnlrnn tlin
11 ItM) U1B
2 And feel young when they see those
I FULL DRESS SUITS! I
At the j
! GoodeicH I
jjj The style of fifty years ago be- fcj
t ing renewed, brings to those of k
j mature years recollections of times g
!j and incidents in their younger
Rnnilrinli is tlip.
Jj Of Wellington, and his ambition 1
ss tri Ironn ntTnTTrf Viinnr flinf ia 3l
NEW and NOVEL jj
Is appreciated by his customers, as ijj
is also their custom by him. Our k
WEW FALL GOODS ! g
Are beginning to put in their ap-
pearance, and when you want a 8
S neat and fashionable suit of cloth- S
i ing, call one door south of the P. V
O. and you will be sure to find S
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